University of Canberra
Overview of the institution
Located in Australia’s national capital, the University of Canberra provides education to 25,000 students from 100 different countries. The university endeavours to be recognised as one of the most innovative, world-ranked, tertiary institutions of the country with regional, national and international reach by 2018. While their research publications continue to be on the rise, the university also delivers solutions to real-world challenges. A recent survey described University of Canberra as a ‘boutique with a friendly atmosphere, sense of development and forward momentum.’
2. Location and facilities
The University of Canberra has a campus covering over 250 acres with tall trees, fresh air and native wildlife including parrots, kangaroos and cockatoos, making it a serene location. Shops and the entertainment complexes are within walking distance and this is of great convenience to the students. The campus life revolves around coffee shops, food outlets, restaurants, lawns and lounges.
Other campus facilities include general student support covering childcare, health, and counselling, grievance solutions, sports and fitness, learning support, student accommodation, safety and security, clubs and societies and a collection of artworks.
The University of Canberra has four main faculties:
Business, Government and Law (BGL)
Education, Science, Technology and Mathematics (ESTeM)
Arts and Design (FAD)
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As per 2013-2014 QS World University Rankings, the University of Canberra has joined the world's top universities in the bracket 601-650.
6. Careers: Unique student support
For the ease of students, the Careers Service at the University of Canberra maintains a comprehensive collection of career reference information and resources. These are available both online and in the resource area of Student Central. Workshops and seminars help students make informed career decisions.
In addition, students are offered the opportunity to connect with employers and gain information on graduate programmes, internships, vacation work and internships through the Employer Visit Program (EVP).